B02typeset.ztst   [plain text]


# There are certain usages of typeset and its synonyms that it is not
# possible to test here, because they must appear at the top level and
# everything that follows is processed by an "eval" within a function.

# Equivalences:
#  declare	typeset
#  export	typeset -x		and typeset -x implies -g
#  float	typeset -E
#  functions	typeset -f
#  integer	typeset -i
#  local	typeset +g -m		approximately
#  readonly	typeset -r

# Tested elsewhere:
#  Equivalence of autoload and typeset -fu 	A05execution
#  Associative array creation & assignment	D04parameter, D06subscript
#  Effects of GLOBAL_EXPORT			E01options
#  Function tracing (typeset -ft)		E02xtrace

# Not yet tested:
#  Assorted illegal flag combinations

%prep

  setopt noglob

  scalar=scalar
  array=(a r r a y)

  scope00() {
    typeset scalar
    scalar=local
    typeset -a array
    array=(l o c a l)
    print $scalar $array
  }
  scope01() {
    local scalar
    scalar=local
    local -a array
    array=(l o c a l)
    print $scalar $array
  }
  scope02() {
    declare scalar
    scalar=local
    declare -a array
    array=(l o c a l)
    print $scalar $array
  }
  scope10() {
    export outer=outer
    /bin/sh -fc 'echo $outer'
  }
  scope11() {
    typeset -x outer=outer
    /bin/sh -fc 'echo $outer'
  }
  scope12() {
    local -x outer=inner
    /bin/sh -fc 'echo $outer'
  }
  scope13() {
    local -xT OUTER outer
    outer=(i n n e r)
    /bin/sh -fc 'echo $OUTER'
  }

  # Bug?  `typeset -h' complains that ! # $ * - ? @ are not identifiers.
  stress00() {
    typeset -h +g -m [[:alpha:]_]*
    unset -m [[:alpha:]_]*
    typeset +m [[:alpha:]_]*
  }

%test

 typeset +m scalar array
0:Report types of parameters with typeset +m
>scalar
>array array

 scope00
 print $scalar $array
0:Simple local declarations
>local l o c a l
>scalar a r r a y

 scope01
 print $scalar $array
0:Equivalence of local and typeset in functions
>local l o c a l
>scalar a r r a y

 scope02
 print $scalar $array
0:Basic equivalence of declare and typeset
>local l o c a l
>scalar a r r a y

 declare +m scalar
0:declare previously lacked -m/+m options
>scalar

 scope10
 print $outer
0:Global export
>outer
>outer

 scope11
 print $outer
0:Equivalence of export and typeset -x
>outer
>outer

 scope12
 print $outer
0:Local export
>inner
>outer

 float f=3.14159
 typeset +m f
 float -E3 f
 print $f
 float -F f
 print $f
0:Floating point, adding a precision, and fixed point
>float local f
>3.14e+00
>3.142

 integer i=3.141
 typeset +m i
 integer -i2 i
 print $i
0:Integer and changing the base
>integer local i
>2#11

 float -E3 f=3.141
 typeset +m f
 integer -i2 f
 typeset +m f
 print $f
0:Conversion of floating point to integer
>float local f
>integer 2 local f
>2#11

 typeset -f
0q:Equivalence of functions and typeset -f
>$(functions)

 readonly r=success
 print $r
 r=failure
1:Readonly declaration
>success
?(eval):3: read-only variable: r

 typeset r=success
 readonly r
 print $r
 r=failure
1:Convert to readonly
>success
?(eval):4: read-only variable: r

 typeset -gU array
 print $array
0:Uniquified arrays and non-local scope
>a r y

 typeset -T SCALAR=l:o:c:a:l array
 print $array
 typeset -U SCALAR
 print $SCALAR $array
0:Tied parameters and uniquified colon-arrays
>l o c a l
>l:o:c:a l o c a

 (setopt NO_multibyte cbases
 LC_ALL=C 2>/dev/null
 typeset -T SCALAR=$'l\x83o\x83c\x83a\x83l' array $'\x83'
 print $array
 typeset -U SCALAR
 for (( i = 1; i <= ${#SCALAR}; i++ )); do
   char=$SCALAR[i]
   print $(( [#16] #char ))
 done
 print $array)
0:Tied parameters and uniquified arrays with meta-character as separator
>l o c a l
>0x6C
>0x83
>0x6F
>0x83
>0x63
>0x83
>0x61
>l o c a

 typeset -T SCALAR=$'l\000o\000c\000a\000l' array $'\000'
 typeset -U SCALAR
 print $array
 [[ $SCALAR == $'l\000o\000c\000a' ]]
0:Tied parameters and uniquified arrays with NUL-character as separator
>l o c a

 typeset -T SCALAR array
 typeset +T SCALAR
1:Untying is prohibited
?(eval):typeset:2: use unset to remove tied variables

 OUTER=outer
 scope13
 print $OUTER
0:Export of tied parameters
>i:n:n:e:r
>outer

 typeset -TU MORESTUFF=here-we-go-go-again morestuff '-'
 print -l $morestuff
0:Tied arrays with separator specified
>here
>we
>go
>again

 typeset -T THIS will not work
1:Tied array syntax
?(eval):typeset:1: -T requires names of scalar and array

 local array[2]=x
1:Illegal local array element assignment
?(eval):local:1: array[2]: can't create local array elements

 local -a array
 typeset array[1]=a array[2]=b array[3]=c
 print $array
0:Legal local array element assignment
>a b c

 local -A assoc
 local b=1 ;: to stomp assoc[1] if assoc[b] is broken
 typeset assoc[1]=a assoc[b]=2 assoc[3]=c
 print $assoc[1] $assoc[b] $assoc[3]
0:Legal local associative array element assignment
>a 2 c

 local scalar scalar[1]=a scalar[2]=b scalar[3]=c
 print $scalar
0:Local scalar subscript assignment
>abc

 typeset -L 10 fools
 for fools in "   once" "twice"  "      thrice" "   oops too long here"; do
   print "'$fools'"
 done
0:Left justification of scalars
>'once      '
>'twice     '
>'thrice    '
>'oops too l'

 typeset -L 10 -F 3 foolf
 for foolf in 1.3 4.6 -2.987 -4.91031; do
   print "'$foolf'"
 done
0:Left justification of floating point
>'1.300     '
>'4.600     '
>'-2.987    '
>'-4.910    '

 typeset -L 10 -Z foolzs
 for foolzs in 001.3 04.6 -2.987 -04.91231; do
   print "'$foolzs'"
 done
0:Left justification of scalars with zero suppression
>'1.3       '
>'4.6       '
>'-2.987    '
>'-04.91231 '

 typeset -R 10 foors
 for foors in short longer even-longer; do
   print "'$foors'"
 done
0:Right justification of scalars
>'     short'
>'    longer'
>'ven-longer'

 typeset -Z 10 foozs
 for foozs in 42 -42 " 43" " -43"; do
   print "'$foozs'"
 done
0:Right justification of scalars with zeroes
>'0000000042'
>'       -42'
>' 000000043'
>'       -43'

 integer -Z 10 foozi
 for foozi in 42 -42 " 43" " -43"; do
   print "'$foozi'"
 done
0:Right justification of integers with zero, no initial base
>'0000000042'
>'-000000042'
>'0000000043'
>'-000000043'
# In case you hadn't twigged, the spaces are absorbed in the initial
# math evaluation, so don't get through.

 unsetopt cbases
 integer -Z 10 -i 16 foozi16
 for foozi16 in 42 -42 " 43" " -43"; do
   print "'$foozi16'"
 done
0:Right justification of integers with zero, base 16, C_BASES off
>'16#000002A'
>'-16#00002A'
>'16#000002B'
>'-16#00002B'

 setopt cbases
 integer -Z 10 -i 16 foozi16c
 for foozi16c in 42 -42 " 43" " -43"; do
   print "'$foozi16c'"
 done
0:Right justification of integers with zero, base 16, C_BASES on
>'0x0000002A'
>'-0x000002A'
>'0x0000002B'
>'-0x000002B'

 setopt cbases
 integer -Z 10 -i 16 foozi16c
 for foozi16c in 0x1234 -0x1234; do
   for (( i = 1; i <= 5; i++ )); do
       print "'${foozi16c[i,11-i]}'"
   done
   print "'${foozi16c[-2]}'"
 done
0:Extracting substrings from padded integers
>'0x00001234'
>'x0000123'
>'000012'
>'0001'
>'00'
>'3'
>'-0x0001234'
>'0x000123'
>'x00012'
>'0001'
>'00'
>'3'

 typeset -F 3 -Z 10 foozf
 for foozf in 3.14159 -3.14159 4 -4; do
   print "'$foozf'"
 done
0:Right justification of fixed point numbers with zero
>'000003.142'
>'-00003.142'
>'000004.000'
>'-00004.000'

 stress00
 print $scalar $array
0q:Stress test: all parameters are local and unset, using -m
>scalar a r y

 local parentenv=preserved
 fn() {
  typeset -h +g -m \*
  unset -m \*
  integer i=9
  float -H f=9
  declare -t scalar
  declare -H -a array
  typeset
  typeset +
 }
 fn
 echo $parentenv
0:Parameter hiding and tagging, printing types and values
>array local array
>float local f
>integer local i=9
>local tagged scalar=''
>array local array
>float local f
>integer local i
>local tagged scalar
>preserved

 export ENVFOO=bar
 print ENVFOO in environment
 env | grep '^ENVFOO'
 print Changing ENVFOO
 ENVFOO="not bar any more"
 env | grep '^ENVFOO'
 unset ENVFOO
 print ENVFOO no longer in environment
 env | grep '^ENVFOO'
1:Adding and removing values to and from the environment
>ENVFOO in environment
>ENVFOO=bar
>Changing ENVFOO
>ENVFOO=not bar any more
>ENVFOO no longer in environment

 (export FOOENV=BAR
 env | grep '^FOOENV'
 print Exec
 exec $ZTST_testdir/../Src/zsh -fc '
 print Unset
 unset FOOENV
 env | grep "^FOOENV"')
1:Can unset environment variables after exec
>FOOENV=BAR
>Exec
>Unset

 local case1=upper
 typeset -u case1
 print $case1
 upper="VALUE OF \$UPPER"
 print ${(P)case1}
0:Upper case conversion, does not apply to values used internally
>UPPER
>VALUE OF $UPPER

 local case2=LOWER
 typeset -l case2
 print $case2
 LOWER="value of \$lower"
 print ${(P)case2}
0:Lower case conversion, does not apply to values used internally
>lower
>value of $lower

 typeset -a array
 array=(foo bar)
 fn() { typeset -p array nonexistent; }
 fn
1:declare -p shouldn't create scoped values
>typeset -a array
>array=(foo bar)
?fn:typeset: no such variable: nonexistent

 unsetopt typesetsilent
 silent1(){ typeset -g silence; }
 silent2(){ local silence; silent1; }
 silent2
0:typeset -g should be silent even without TYPESET_SILENT